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Confined in Spring

by Elizabeth Musser Lord, how can I complain when Iā€™m confined in Spring? When a chateau sits in my backyard When snow white calla lilies curl towards the sun And lilacs bloom and tulips tilt their crimson heads And butterflies, … Continue reading

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In Praise of Reading Poetry

By Glynn Young Like most of us, I read poetry ā€“ a lot of poetry ā€“ in high school and college English classes primarily because it was assigned. I was much more interested in fiction (Dickens!) and noir mysteries (Dashiell … Continue reading

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